Shots Fire last three episodes synopses released

Shots Fired final three episodes will air in the next three consecutive weeks on Fox. Are you as anxious as we are to see episodes 8, 9, and 10?  

Below are the synopses for these last three episodes providing some surprising revelations about what to expect by the time the first season ends.

Hour 8 titled, “Rock Bottom” which airs May 12

Preston and Ashe use a potential murder weapon in the Joey Campbell case to identify the culprit; an altercation erupts from growing tensions between the investigators and the Sheriff’s department; Preston makes a rash decision in the Jesse Carr case.

Hour 9  titled, “Come to Jesus” which airs May 17

The investigation focuses on the Sheriff’s department when a shocking discovery is made.

Hour 10 titled, “Last Dance” which airs May 24

The hearings for both cases are held and, as Preston presents the facts to the jurors, the truth behind each shooting is revealed. Meanwhile, Pastor Janae and other petitioners gather outside the courtroom in anticipation of the results, hoping for a better future. After the Sheriff’s Department loses one of its own, it becomes clear who is really to blame in the all-new “Hour 10: Last Dance” season finale episode of SHOTS FIRED airing Wednesday, May 24 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SF-110) (TV-14 L, V)

OK, I’m a bit nervous now as to who is going to be one lost in the Sheriff’s department. We sure hope it’s not our favorite actor, Stephen Moyer.  However, if Lt. Breeland is the casualty, we can guarantee it will be an epic episode that you won’t want to miss.  

What are you thoughts so far on this show?  Do you love it? Will Stephen Moyer be the one who dies within the Police force? If not, who do you think will be the casualty?  Let us know in the comments below!  



  1. Thanks for providing. Looks like we’re in for quite a ride. I hope Breeland isn’t the one who is lost. If not him, my money is on the sheriff.

    My thoughts on the show … I don’t love it, but like it enough to want to follow the twists and turns right to the end. And it’s Stephen’s show. That counts for a great deal.

    1. I feel the same. I’m enjoying the twists and turns but probably would not have begun watching if not for Stephen’s role. They’ve focused a lot on Breeland so there’s got to be a reason for it…..

  2. I don’t know if I can handle another death, even if Breeland turns out to be the bad guy :(

    Although, he does die so well…

    1. He does…seems he’s had a lot of practice since think he’s died in most things I’ve seen him in…

  3. I hope it is not Lt. Breeland, love to see Steven Moyer act. I hope it is the sheriff. I am hoping for a second season of this show. I feel that it would be a great show to continue to watch. It has a lot of twists and turns.

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